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Somebody gave me an XSD file to read a XML file. Can somebody give me an idea
how to use this XSD file in C# to start reading XML files?

Thanks, Ben
Mar 6 '07 #1
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Ben van Erp wrote:
Somebody gave me an XSD file to read a XML file. Can somebody give me an idea
how to use this XSD file in C# to start reading XML files?
You can validate an XML document against an XSD schema. With .NET 2.0
use an XmlReader with the proper XmlReaderSettin gs. With .NET 1.x use an
XmlValidatingRe ader.

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Mar 6 '07 #2
There are various ways. One way is to use a dataset to read the schema, and
then the xml. You can use the ReadXMLSchema and ReadXML functions of a
dataset for this.

Another way is to create a set of typed classes out of your xsd - using xsd
tool or xsdobjectgen tool - and deserialize your xml file directly to the
object model.

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Somebody gave me an XSD file to read a XML file. Can somebody give me an
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how to use this XSD file in C# to start reading XML files?

Thanks, Ben

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